How is one specific aspect of the idea of slow violence (see module 3) shown in when no one is watching through historical information about black communities and experiences in north america?

How is one specific aspect of the idea of slow violence (see Module 3) shown in When No One Is Watching through historical information about Black communities and experiences in North America? What warning or solution is offered about the impact of this particular aspect of slow violence? You may use the sources in the modules or look for others, but at least two reliable research sources are required.

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